Empowering Revenue Cycle Health, Limiting Operational Fallout

We’ve learned a lot of lessons through this pandemic. We are still learning. But one thing is certain: we’ve made great strides in digital health. We’ve adapted to the constraints posed by embracing technology and realizing that we could actually thrive in times of uncertainty, in ways we never imagined.

Increase Efficiencies in Supply Chain and Materials Management with Automation

We’ve learned a lot of lessons through this pandemic. We are still learning. But one thing is certain: we’ve made great strides in digital health. We’ve adapted to the constraints posed by embracing technology and realizing that we could actually thrive in times of uncertainty, in ways we never imagined.

Driving the Future of Digital Health

We’ve learned a lot of lessons through this pandemic. We are still learning. But one thing is certain: we’ve made great strides in digital health. We’ve adapted to the constraints posed by embracing technology and realizing that we could actually thrive in times of uncertainty, in ways we never imagined.

Leveraging Automation in Healthcare

Leveraging automation in healthcare has proven to deliver real benefits. The Deloitte Global RPA Survey found that “53% of respondents have already started their RPA journey. This is expected to increase to 72% in the next two years.” Leaders are no longer debating the benefits of digital health. It is the right tool to fightContinue reading “Leveraging Automation in Healthcare”

What Can “We” Do Better in Healthcare?

We recently had an opportunity to sit down with Don Seamons, from the Healthcare Solutions Project, and discuss ways in which the “collective we” can improve in the healthcare system. Now more than ever, we need products that work for end users and allow them to efficiently and effectively care for patients. However, there’s aContinue reading “What Can “We” Do Better in Healthcare?”

Automation Makes Population Health Management Scalable and Sustainable

The use of automation to replace manually laborious tasks that are better done by machines saves time, and allows clinicians to devote more time to higher-value roles, such as patient interaction. Identifying patient challenges is the foundation of care coordination. Multiple organizations use paper or EHR-based assessments to pinpoint social determinants of health and communicateContinue reading “Automation Makes Population Health Management Scalable and Sustainable”

Automation is a Key Defense to Mitigate Losses in Healthcare

Playing defense is key to hospitals and provider organizations remaining financially healthy, according to the American Medical Association. A recent survey from the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), on the financial impact on medical practices, found that physician practice revenue has been cut in half during this unprecedented public health crisis. In addition, a “majorityContinue reading “Automation is a Key Defense to Mitigate Losses in Healthcare”

Automating Population Health Data Initiatives

The inherent value of a population health perspective is the ability to facilitate increased knowledge across multiple measures that can help a clinician understand or predict health outcomes. This includes looking at data inputs such as chronic conditions and treatment plans, and adding in a multitude of possible risk factors that may impede health inContinue reading “Automating Population Health Data Initiatives”

Tracking Lost Productivity During COVID-19

Managing disruptions to people and productivity caused by the coronavirus is not an easy task. It’s likely that your team is adapting to temporary COVID-19 working conditions, even if that means sharing a kitchen table with a spouse, kids, and pets. Whether working remotely or social distancing, the danger of rapid declines in productivity, morale,Continue reading “Tracking Lost Productivity During COVID-19”

Why We Began a Daily “Crisis Series” on Social Channels

Recently, we began a “daily crisis” series of posts on our social channels to help people navigate this “new normal.” An integral part of our daily conversations revolve around social distancing, working remotely, sheltering in place, and staying home. The subject matter we are confronting makes it even more critical that organizational leadership address oneContinue reading “Why We Began a Daily “Crisis Series” on Social Channels”